|Optimizing Algorithms in Applesoft BASIC - Wayne Arthurton|
Recent experiments with fractal algorithms in pure Applesoft BASIC have revealed methods for optimizing code to achieve acceptable speeds on a 4Mhz IIc Plus. In this session, Wayne Arthurton demonstrates the effects of using and optimizing user-defined functions, vari able reuse, variable allocation order, and other techniques for improving BASIC calculation performance.
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2010; Wayne Arthurton; Apple; Apple II; Applesoft; BASIC; programming; development
|Introducing Slammer: A New Way of Using Machine Language from Applesoft - Ivan Drucker|
Wouldn't it be great if you could put whatever machine language you wanted into a standard Applesoft program with practically no performance, dependency, or stability issues? With Ivan Drucker's Slammer, you can! Slammer is a new method for installing and executing machine language routines, at machine language speed, using 100% legal Applesoft. This presentation introduces Slammer, explains how to use it, and describes the unusual and extreme machine language programming behind its development...
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2010; Ivan Drucker; Appke; Apple II; assembly; programming; development; machine language; Applesoft; BASIC
|Introducing NuInput - A Superior INPUT - Ivan Drucker|
If you've programmed in Applesoft, then you know that its INPUT command is not very capable. But now you don't need it! NuInput, by Ivan Drucker, is a powerful and flexible replacement for INPUT which makes it easy for any Applesoft programmer to specify maximum entry length and permitted keys, automatically convert lowercase, refuse blank entry, provide an ESCape, and much more! Download your copy at ivanx.com/appleii/
Keywords: KansasFest; KFest; 2010; Ivan Drucker; Apple; Apple II; input; BASIC; NuInput; programming; Applesoft